Bharat Parv is a celebration of India’s rich culture and tradition in food, crafts and folk arts. Organised by the ministry of Tourism, the high point was the state and department tabloids that were displayed in Republic Day parade. Apart from this, food from different Indian states, Live performances and handicraft all together created a little India in the sprawling lawns of Red Fort
Mughal Gardens in Rashtrapati Bhawan are opened to public in February /March every year. We are pretty regular and do this as an annual ritual. Good things in life are always free. There are no tickets to visit Mughal Gardens. Read on for an account of our recent visit…
We look forward to India Art Festival that is held during the winter in Delhi. This year it was hosted at Thyagraj stadium. It was a free event and drew substantial footfall apparently from all walks of life.
Flying kites was a common pass time till some years back. However it is a special skill these days. To celebrate this sport Delhi Tourism is holding the colourful International Kite Festival of India at the DDA grounds in Dwarka sector 10.
It’s the holiday season and we are at a loss as to where to take our children. Delhi-Fun-Dos recommends the Toilet Museum at Dwarka. Visit this place for yourself and for the sake of your children.
India International Trade Fair 2016 is on. This is the last IITF in the present avatar of Pragati Maidan since it is scheduled for major revamp after the fair. A much sought after event for the shopaholics of Delhi, everyone is a little jittery this year. Here is our hands on report.
Christmas is around the corner. The nip in the air is a clear indication. People are already gearing up for some solid partying. Moreover, we are receiving invitations for various Christmas related ceremonies. In response to one such invite, we recently attended a cake mixing ceremony at Park Plaza, Shahdara.